Definition of currier in English:

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currier

Pronunciation: /ˈkərēər/

noun

A person who curries leather.
Example sentences
  • Leather was softened or beaten by people called curriers, or gurriers.
  • There have always been stealthy curriers of influence who parasitically attach themselves to powerful figures, sucking their life-bloods, and then by association becoming powerful themselves.
  • The upholstery is made by the Italian currier.

Origin

Late Middle English: from Old French corier, from Latin coriarius, from corium 'leather'.

Words that rhyme with currier

furrier, spurrier, worrier

For editors and proofreaders

Syllabification: cur·ri·er

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